Solid and massive, this big dog has the typical physical features of mountain dogs. Attentive, lively and fearless, he has an imposing and robust build. His appearance betrays his resistance to the harsh Slovakian mountain climate. Physically, he resembles the Kuwatz.
Between 62 and 70 cm (24.41 to 27.56 inches) for the male
Between 59 and 65 cm (23.23 to 25.59 inches) for the female
Between 30 and 45 kg (66.14 to 99.21 pounds) for the male
Between 30 and 45 kg (66.14 to 99.21 pounds) for the female
His coat is generally all white but a slight yellowish tinge may be accepted at the tips of the ears, even if it is not desired.
His hair is shorter on the head and limbs, while the rest of the body forms a very dense coating where the hair can even reach a length of 10 cm (4 inches). Males have a very pronounced mane and the undercoat is thick and fine but less abundant during the summer.
His head is firm and broad, rather elongated with a slightly domed skull and well defined stop. His oval shaped eyes are a beautiful dark brown color. His hanging ears are quite mobile. His nose is black. His hanging tail at rest, is carried curved over the loins in action.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 1, section 1 and is #142